USB

The Leef Bridge is a USB drive with both standard and Micro USB connectors

As you undoubtedly know already, virtually every USB drive comes with a single head that's fit for PCs and Macs. The Leef Bridge takes a different approach to USB storage. Read on to learn more here.

Computing

How to make the most of your PC’s ports

There's no denying the fact that we're moving towards a totally wireless world, which will no doubt take some getting used to. In the meantime, here are some ways to make your wireless-capable gear friendlier to port-based devices.

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There’s two right ways to go with the new USB connectors coming next year

By this time next year, the idea of plugging in a USB cable the wrong way will be a thing of the past. The USB 3.0 Promoter Group just revealed that new reversible USB 3.1 cables are on the way.

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MyIDkey fingerprint-locked Bluetooth flash drive stores your mobile and PC passwords

Want a physical repository of all your passwords? This Bluetooth-enabled USB flash drive, which keeps all your passwords secure, can be used with both computers and mobile devices, and can only be accessed with your fingerprint.

Computing

Microsoft’s Surface tablet supports Xbox 360 controllers, possibly Kinect

Among the hundreds of thousands of USB devices that Microsoft's upcoming Surface tablet supports are Xbox 360 controllers, and possibly the Kinect peripheral.

Cool Tech

PC ports explained: Get to know the back of your computer

From newcomers like DisplayPort to old standards like USB and dying breeds like FireWire, here’s a quick and dirty guide to every port on your new PC.

Buying Guides

Contest: Win a 14-inch Toshiba USB Mobile Monitor

Make your voice heard on Digital Trends to win a 14-inch Toshiba USB Mobile Monitor!

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Carrying USB cords around just got simpler (and more stylish)

For an easy way to take USB cords on the go, look to the AViiQ Ready Clips which can be carried around or clipped on your pocket like a pen.

Cool Tech

Design team creates electric skateboard controlled by brain waves

While Kinect-powered gadgets seem to be a hot trend over the past six months, an Austin, Texas company has pushed beyond the Kinect and tapped into the human brain.

Cool Tech

Raspberry Pi $35 mini computer to ship in late February

The first batch of Raspberry Pi computer units is near completion and will be available for purchase by the end of this February for just $35.

Computing

Thunderbolt gains support from Acer, Asus, Lenovo, but can it topple USB 3.0?

Acer, Asus, and Lenovo are planning to include Thunderbolt ports in their upcoming Ultrabooks. We explain what this means, how Thunderbolt stacks up to USB 3.0, and what it might mean for you, and Apple.

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Logitech announces the Cube presentation mouse

While Logitech offers plenty of mice and trackballs for everyone from the typical computer user to the hardcore gamer, the company is launching a new type of mouse with the business user in mind.

Computing

iTwin USB device now compatible with both PC and Mac

The clever double-ended iTwin USB file-sharing device is now compatible with both Mac and PC, making it even more convenient for users.

Apple

IOGear 4-Port USB Sharing Station takes USB peripherals wireless

Need to share your USB printer, scanner, speakers, webcam, or storage via Wi-Fi? IOGear's 4-Port USB Sharing Station might come to your rescue.

Computing

Iomega launches sleek, stylish hard drive specifically for the Mac

Tired of external hard drives that stick out like a sore thumb in your minimal iMac setup? Iomega has a swank new addition to their hard drive lineup that Mac users may just love.

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